Unleashing Cayman’s Potential: A Journey Towards Prosperity And Unity

Having spent most of 2023 studying the Cayman Islands economy and actively engaging with Caymanians and policymakers, I feel compelled to share my analysis and insights. I am grateful that Cayman has a robust statistical framework thanks to the ESO, more so than many in the Caribbean – and this facilitates our ongoing analysis. After hearing about the problems that exist and analyzing the data, I hope to dispel some possible misconceptions about how the economy functions. I also share my ideas on solutions that could be transformative for the Cayman Islands towards becoming more inclusive, sustainable (fiscally, demographically, and ecologically), and prosperous.


Economics 102: There is no such thing as a free lunch

Evaluates the facts behind borrowing from the IMF, the major risks to T&T’s debt sustainability and external accounts based on updates presented by the Minister of Finance on June 9, 2021 as part of the mid-year supplementary budget for Fiscal Year 2020/2021.